Kelly’s Beach, Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick.
Grasses at Champlain Park in the evening when the sun is low.
Delicate grasses covered with hoar frost.
Growing in the planters on Oak Street this past Saturday morning.
Rich colour on a grey rainy morning when one least expects to find it.
Grasses by the side of the road in Chisolm Township.
The foreground grasses in yesterday’s post attracted my attention.
A fine afternoon yesterday in Chisolm Township.
A walk in the field behind the cottage.
The ditch beside Highway 63 contains some elegantly delicate left-overs from summer.
By the side of Peninsula Road.
Early snow in November doesn’t stay around very long as a rule.
It serves as a reminder (painful for some, exciting for others) of what’s to come.
But it was three days ago.
Bleached grasses on the shore of frozen One Mile Bay.